Diesel Engine Repair
24/7 Anywhere in the World
- Diesel Engines Repair
- In-Situ Machining
- Spare Parts
Our service engineers and technicians (24 persons) are fully experienced and certified in a wide variety of marine main engines overhaul. Many of them possess master’s degree of science (M.Sc.) or mechanical engineer university degree and are trained at MAN Diesel / PrimeServ Academy.
LTH-Baas engine repair department fulfills inboard marine engine full service or repair with mobile capabilities.
We have over 50 years of marine engines repair experience.
Our flying squads are ready to render you engine repair services anywhere in the world.
Services of Mechanical department:
- Main and auxiliary engine repairs
- Machinery (pumps, compressors, deck machinery etc)repairs
- Compressors repair
- Pumps repair
- Heat exchanger repair
- Reduction gears repair
- Winches repair
- Ship’s engine cylinder honing
- Repair of rotational speed regulators,
fuel pumps, injectors (as per Hartridge technology)
- Refrigerator installation repairs
- H.P. hydraulic hose repair
- Gas-turbo supercharger repair
- Details machining
All recondition activity is based on Hi-Tec processes like Metal Cold Spraying, PTA, Metal Thermal Spraying, Automatized MIG Welding e.t.c. approved by Lloyd’s Register and Russian Maritime Register of Shipping, and propeller repair technology is approved by Bureau Veritas
- Restoration of parts by gas-powder spraying
- Valves made of Nimonic 80 and valve seats recondition using PTA process.
- Big outlet valves recondition using automatic MAG process.
- Big inlet valves recondition using Eutalloy thermal spraying process.
- Recondition of pistons and piston heads, made of steel or aluminum alloys.
- Piston rings replacement.
- Pistons assembling.
- Recondition of the cylinder covers made of steel or cast iron using various hard-facing methods. Valve seats over pressing.
- Recondition of the hydraulic cylinders and rods using the cold-spraying method – ROTOTEC of Castolin Eutectic
- Recondition of the marine engines worn out connecting rods.